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Copyright, a sip

In protest, and as they were not getting paid for their work, they decided not to pay for the drinks they had drunk that night. The owner of the place sued them.

Composers Ernest Bourget, Victor Parizot and Paul Henrion in Paris in 1847 succeeded in having payment made for their works which were being played in the leading café-concert at the time, Les Ambassadeurs. The French courts recognized these legitimate rights founded in revolutionary laws.

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Degas: Le Café-concert aux ambassadeurs (public domain)


The next Rembrandts and copyright

The Next Rembrandt. Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license.

Artificial intelligence (AI), in the context of computer science, is a discipline and a set of cognitive and intellectual capacities expressed by computer systems or combinations of algorithms, the purpose of which is to create machines that imitate human intelligence to perform tasks, and that can improve as they collect more information. And now that artificial intelligence can create work on its own, what are the implications for copyright?

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General Assembly 2023: addressing the challenges

© Juan Urretavizcaya - Chroma

“In the universe of utilitarianism, a hammer is worth more than a symphony, a knife more than a poem, a wrench more than a painting: after all, it is easy to realize the effectiveness of a tool; and it is increasingly difficult to understand what music, literature or art can be for” (Nuccio Ordine, Diamante 1958 - Cosenza 2023).

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